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Alzheimer's Disease baffles medical professionals and breaks the hearts of loved ones. The affected person forgets who people are, how to read, how to do the most basic activities. They become upset in illogical ways and it is quite a task to calm them down. Watching the loss of personality in the person you care about is agony. Providing the round-the-clock care they need is emotionally and physically exhausting.
Here's an uplifting bit of information on how to minimize the workload:
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